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Andrew and Nancy have to fight for functionality in their home.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Love It or List It from 1 votes.
The Kelly and Phil's home is proving to be too small for them and their 3 kids as the due date for another baby approaches. Eight months pregnant and unwilling to leave the neighborhood, Kelly believes some rearranging and work on the unfinished basement by Designer Hilary will fix the space. However, husband Phil is set on a move into a more functional and larger home with the help of realtor David. Will this stubborn couple see eye to eye after Hilary attempts to remodel the home or will David find the perfect solution with a new house? Will the family of five Love It or List It?
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Love It or List It from 1 votes.
Dave and Wendy thought they lucked out when they purchased this 2300 square foot bungalow because of the state of the market. But several years and two daughters later, Wendy's feelings about the home have completely changed in large part due to a medical condition affecting her eldest daughter. Lacey was diagnosed with epilepsy as a toddler and though the family has managed to keep the condition under control, Wendy still feels anxious being far away from her daughter at night. Dave thinks they can rearrange to make things work in their own home but Wendy thinks there is an easier solution--a new home. Diving into the debate are competitors Hilary and David. Designer Hilary and her team will renovate the home to try to convince Wendy to stay. David will show them houses that will hopefully convince Dave to leave. Desperate for a home that delivers some much-needed peace of mind, Wendy and Dave will have to decide... will they love their home again or will they list it?
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Love It or List It from 1 votes.
When Sarah and Andrew became parents of two girls, they knew it was finally time to buy a house and opted for a quaint home in a central neighborhood. With enough bedrooms for everybody and a newly renovated basement to appease Andrew's tennis obsession, it seemed this house was perfect- until mother nature intervened with an unexpected third child. This growing family now needs another bedroom upstairs, a functional space for a nanny, and an open concept main floor. Hopefully competitors Designer Hilary and Realtor David can solve this puzzle for a rapidly expanding family. Designer Hilary and her team plan to create new spaces in their old place, while Realtor David attempts to find the family a new house to accommodate all the family needs. Desperate for a home that can equally accommodate a family of five and their nanny, Sarah and Andrew will have to decide if they can love their home again or will they list it?
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Love It or List It from 1 votes.
Kelly and Eric spent the last two years fixing up their once derelict 2,300 square foot home. Now that some of the minor work is done and the value has increased significantly, the homeowners are divided over its future. With still much to do, Eric wants to list it and profit from their investment where as Kelly sees it as an investment for their family. Will David find them a family ready home at a financially freeing price or will Hilary increase this family's emotional investment by reinventing many of the home's hotly debated spaces?
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Love It or List It from 1 votes.
This 2000 square foot house was Greg and Heidi's first home and already it's become a huge source of stress after only a year. While their 100 year old home may come with a lot of character, it also comes with a lot of problems that have pitted Heidi and Greg against one another. Despite Heidi's love for their home, Greg is fed up with trying to tackle the never ending list of problems. The solution to Heidi and Greg's problems has arrived in the form of experts Hilary and David, each with their own plan to win over these troubled homeowners. Designer Hilary and her team will attempt to convince Greg to stay with a series of renovations, while realtor David will show Heidi they can find peace in a different house. With money already spent on fixing their home and no end to the list of growing problems, Greg and Heidi will have to decide... will they love their home again or will they list it?
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Love It or List It from 1 votes.
When Stephanie and Peter first purchased their 2200 square foot suburban house, it was perfect for these first time homeowners. But now they have a child and Stephanie's father has moved in with them. On top of the four people living in the home, their house has been designated as the family gathering place for their large, mixed Italian and Greek families. Needless to say, they've quickly realized they are running into issues with space. Stephanie hates the tiny kitchen but Peter thinks there's a way to use the space more efficiently. The house that brought them happiness as a couple is now causing tension for this ever-expanding family. Looking to ease the stress, competitors designer Hilary and realtor David arrive to sort through this home's mountain of issues. Desperate for a home that can fully accommodate what their family has become, Stephanie and Peter will have to decide... can they love their home or will the list it?
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Love It or List It from 2 votes.
When Siobhan and Duncan bought this 1200 square foot suburban starter home eleven years ago, it was just what they needed. But one decade and two growing kids later, Siobhan and Duncan no longer see eye-to-eye on their tiny home. Duncan promised Siobhan renovations that never seem to get taken care of and after years of waiting for his miraculous fixes, this house is only getting less functional for the family of four. Siobhan's list of imperfections starts in the basement, carries up through the house, and ends in the main floor bathroom. And handyman Duncan's solutions haven't done anything to ease her pain. Hoping to be the one to release this family from the confines of their home, competitors designer Hilary and realtor David arrive to assess the situation. Desperate for a house that functions for this growing family of four, Siobhan and Duncan will have to decide... can they love their home again or will they list it?
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Love It or List It from 2 votes.
They love their neighborhood, but their older home has become a nightmare.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Love It or List It from 3 votes.
Sisters Julie and Sherry made an exciting investment when they decided to share a home together. With Sherry living on the top two floors along with her daughter, Julie took the main floor and basement. Not long after the move, however, Julie was quickly disappointed by the lack of functionality and noise level of her space. Sherry couldn't be happier and wishes Julie could see the potential of their investment. Luckily, designer Hilary has devised a plan that will accommodate both sisters in their current house. But Realtor David also has big ideas, and is on the hunt for a fairer option. Will a fixed space make Julie love it again? Or will a new home convince Sherry to make a move and list it?
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Love It or List It from 1 votes.
For BJ and Joe, parenthood prompted them to swap condo living for home ownership in a 1300 square foot fixer upper, a decision that has them split down the middle. Joe misses the ease of condo living and is daunted by the work that home ownership can bring, while BJ thinks he needs to give their new home a chance. But the fix-it list in their house, which includes a dysfunctional kitchen, a narrow staircase, and way too many walls, has Joe stressed to the max and begging for some form of help. Enter competitors Hilary and David, each determined to mend the divide between these homeowners. Designer Hilary and her team will revamp and modernize their house to convince Joe to stay, while realtor David will find a home that proves to BJ that there is a future for her family beyond these walls. Divided over a long to-do list, Joe and BJ are wondering--can we love this home again or should we list it?
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Love It or List It from 1 votes.
Hosts David and Hilary help a couple, who feels their work-from-home lifestyle is no longer working for them, decide between revamping their current home with a spacious design and staying there or selling the property and moving to a new home.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Love It or List It from 6 votes.
Desmond and Alice's dreams came true when they bought the builder's plans of their three story, 1700 square foot centrally located home ten years ago. However, with three boys now in the picture, they've outgrown the space and it's too tight. Alice, a lawyer, and Desmond, a relator, have strong and colliding opinions on the future of their family home. Realtor David and Designer Hillary help this conflicted couple try to find the middle ground. Will Desmond agree to Alice' s wishes on reconfiguring the space or will Alice agree with Desmond to move on? Will they love it or list?
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Love It or List It from 4 votes.
When Rachel and Calum moved into this 1800 square foot centrally located home, they had a very specific plan for their family: have one more baby to fill the third bedroom. But when this family found out they were going to have twins, their plan became a bit more complicated. But the addition of twins is only the latest complication for a house which is almost maxed for a family of three. From a crowded kitchen, to an unfinished basement, to a nonfunctional bathroom, the house just isn't quite making the cut. Facing a laundry list of issues that's only getting longer, Rachel feels a change in location is what their growing family needs. Stepping into the mix are Realtor David and designer Hilary, each with their own plans to solve this family's problem. Desperate for a home that can accommodate their quickly growing family, Rachel and Calum will have to decide... can they love their home again or will they list it?
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Love It or List It from 3 votes.
A busy family life has taken priority over updating a 1970s home; Mom is ready to find a newer, open concept home, but Dad is not ready to give up on their original one.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Love It or List It from 10 votes.
A couple loves the character of their 1960s home, but he wants something more energy efficient with space to expand their family; she thinks a renovation can fix the functional flaws, so Hilary starts a remodel that gives the family room a flourish.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Love It or List It from 4 votes.
Eleven years ago, Danny bought a small home in the city which was the perfect bachelor pad for a then single cop. Seven years of bachelorhood later, fellow police officer Mike moved in. But after three married years, Mike still feels that he's living in Danny's space and thinks it would be better if they bought a place together. Danny wants to stay where they are and update their current home. Hoping to be the one to give Danny and Mike a place they can both love, Designer Hilary and Realtor David hit the scene. Hilary and her team plan to completely re-imagine Danny and Mike's cramped corners, while David searches for a house in their current neighborhood that they can both love. Desperate for a more spacious, functional home, Danny and Mike will have to decide, can they love their home together or will they list it?
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Love It or List It from 8 votes.
Steve and Theresa custom-built their dream home on a large, private lot, but the house doesn't work for them anymore. Steve wants to address Theresa's biggest complaints by fixing the kitchen and master bathroom, but Theresa would rather find a smaller home on less land that's better suited to them as they grow older. Designer Hilary thinks a renovation will ease Theresa's concerns, while realtor David sets out to convince the couple that a new home closer to downtown will solve all their problems.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Love It or List It from 8 votes.
New parents and ambitious entrepreneurs Whitney and Taylor need more space for their family and business ventures.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Love It or List It from 6 votes.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Love It or List It from 7 votes.
Last updated: feb 22, 2021
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While we celebrated the Pride month just now, why not talk about some awesome TV shows focused on LGBT characters. What if you want to learn about the people at large but you realize that there is no diversity in your close social circles. That’s when a good TV series can enlighten you with the ideas and realities. It can also save you from awkward moments in the real life by providing the right insights.
Like I mentioned before, during these times, you have to be able to relax and is there a better way than sitting back and binging on a really good series? I don’t think so! We’ve already covered some series that are available on Netflix, but what about other services? Well, now we’re going to see what Hulu has to offer.
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A little about me 👋 I am a marketing student in Paris. I love spending afternoons with friends in a cafe or a park.
But more than anything else, I love watching (.. binging…) series on my computer on rainy Sundays or any sunny day for that matter 🙈
I must have watched hundreds of shows by now, from romance to science-fiction series. Often I like to go back to a show I enjoyed. But I don’t feel like watching it all over again…
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